Mirza Yawar Baig – Jumuah 010 Khutba Tul Wadaa Of Rasoolullah S Part 3

Mirza Yawar Baig
AI: Summary © The importance of learning from history and avoiding dangerous actions is emphasized in Islam. The speakers emphasize the need to teach and learn from history to avoid dangerous actions. The Brotherhood of faith and the creation of the Omen of Islam are also discussed. The importance of tribal relationships and cultural differences is emphasized, along with the importance of forgiveness and accepting Islam. The segment emphasizes the need for everyone to belong to a tribe and not be attached to a specific religion.
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He is writing. And

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we will continue with what we have been doing

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with the

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the analysis and lessons of the whole bottle of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam.

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And we have done two parts of that we talked about the events leading to the football and we

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also looked at the football itself overall. And then we looked at the first of the

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that facade a solemn

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left, which was with regard to the taking of the

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rituals of Hajj from him when he said, although Andy manasi Coca Cola

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and I explained to her the importance of this, with regard to the rest of Islam, it is not only a photo and a Manasa, Coco, but to take everything of Islam and everything of the leading of one's life from the Sunnah of Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, as I explained to you before,

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it is obligatory for us to send salatu salam ala rasulillah salam, whenever his name is mentioned. And at least after the first time to say at least Allah is Allah softly to yourself, it's not necessary to say it loudly but to say it every time his name is mentioned. So on

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the second of the

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instructions, also Allahu salaallah alayhi salam in his footbaww was to do with the prohibition of shedding of innocent blood and the taking of wealth without rights, which stresses Islams protection of human life and property. Now, this is one of the sort of touchy issues of the world today. And where Muslims are accused of all kinds of

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things to do with the taking of life and the destruction of property. And so it's very important to understand this and say, what is it that Islam

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teaches? And what did SLM teach?

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As always, obviously, I'm sure all of us understand this, the key is to get get it right.

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The issue is not with what Islam

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permits or does not permit. The key is what Muslims practice and do not practice. So if Muslims practice what Islam has taught, then we would not be in the situation that we are unfortunately finding ourselves in so that's the key is to keep on focusing on that and saying what is it that we are doing as Muslims now

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for an mentioned very clearly about the issue of shedding innocent blood in Surah Maya? Allah Allah says, Allah We live in a foreigner Raji Miss villa.

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Mina de la liga Katana Allah wa nice woman Catherine catalana

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Oh, facade in Villa de Vaca nama Patel and NASA Jamia Romana here have

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NASA Jamia, Allah says because of that, and he is referring to the actions of the bunnies, right? This is begins with a description of those actions. And because of that we are in for the children of Israel, that if anyone killed a person unjustly, which is

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not as as a result of

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the order the execution passed by the by a court of law, so that's the only just there is no just killing of anybody, individual individual. As I said, the only way in which a killing can be justified is one

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if it happens accidentally, which is manslaughter, which is not murder. Second one is if it happens as a result of you defending your own life and property, if somebody invades your house or you know attacks you and you're fighting back in that process, the other person dies, then this is obviously justified. And the third one is when the state passes the order of execution on somebody after due process of law for having committed murder or whatever it was. So other than this if someone just killed another person, one or more than this is haram. And it is haram to the extent that Allah says to kill one person is as if he has killed all of humanity. So it is not just the killing of one

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person. It's as if he has killed all of humanity because the issue he has

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Is not that the person is just taking life that isn't that is an issue. But the issue also is that he is taken alive unjustly, which means that he has broken the order of Allah subhanho wa Taala, he has gone against the order Allah subhanaw taala, which is the order for justice. And therefore it is not merely seen as taking a life is seen as much more than that as if he has taken the labor of all of mankind. And similarly, the opposite.

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And it would be if someone saved the life, it would be as if he has saved the lives of all of mankind. So once again, the issue is,

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is expanded to say that it's not just saving one person, it's like saving the whole of humanity. So it's a very important issue, this business of killing and murder and so on. And one must be very clear about this, and one must teach and learn the right things. There is no justification in Islam, for killing of innocent people.

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All civilians of any country, for example, by inference, are innocent, because they don't actively give or receive orders, they don't actively implement orders. They don't actively give orders. So this is something to be

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I'm not going into a detail of,

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you know, what culpability is, and what collective responsibility is, and so on and so forth. But I think that it suffice to say that murder is not permitted in Islam. It is haram, it is one of the it is the first thing that will be that a possible requestion about on the Day of Judgment. And it is something that if somebody commits murder, and they can look forward to some very serious punishment, because that is what is the teaching of Islam.

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And giving a reason for this murder is not does not justify the murder, unless the reason is that somebody attacked you and you're fighting back. And that is an acceptable reason. But other than that, you just say, Well, you know what, he's a very bad guy, that being a bad guy is not sufficient. Just because somebody is a bad guy does not give you the right to go and get it. Because all to say that, well, you know, if if the person had been brought to court, then he would have been sentenced to death anyway. So I'm saving the state some money by shooting him first. That's not acceptable in Islam. There is a value for the due process of law and due process of law has to

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follow. It's not a question of taking the larger hands and deciding to do this or that, because of some convoluted reasoning that we come up with. This is very important to understand

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why number three from the football of Rasulullah sallallahu. wasallam

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is one of the most important points of Islam, which is unfortunately, we're also one of the most badly neglected things today in our Muslim society globally, not just in India. It's in India also and plus globally, and that is the issue of the Brotherhood of faith, the issue of the creation of the Omen

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aerosolised Allah salam, very clearly mentioned in the in the in his code, but he mentioned the importance of the Brotherhood of faith. And he warned specifically about killing and fighting among Muslims. Now, first, there is a prohibition about killing anybody. And then there is a specific provision about fighting and killing among Muslims. Now, the Brotherhood of faith is is an absolutely critical element. Because if you look at the hijra yesterday, last month, we talked about the importance of this whole issue of visa, and how the incident of his rather day of visa was taken literally as this at the beginning of the Muslim calendar, something which was given so much

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importance that it's not just a question of Rasulullah sallallahu going from point A to point B, it was the Navy leaving the land of ship for and leaving the lander ship going away. And then he established the land of the heat and land of Islam in Medina and because of his coming into Medina, Medina became Medina,

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Medina, Tommaso and therefore, it became Madina, munawwara, the City of Light city, which lighted the whole world with the knowledge and with the guidance of Islam. Now, this incident is the first thing that was realized when you made many Reese Medina was the formation of the creation of the woman.

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And we read Islamic history. We understand that the creation of the optimizer is a Medina activity.

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People were Muslims were there in Makkah for 13 years. Obviously, they loved one another and so on and so on, but the whole formalization of the process of creation of an oma app.

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in Medina and what is this formalization, what is this formalization, what process?

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Allah subhanaw taala describes is in Colombia and Su Ramadan with into is which are exactly the same except for one word Allah

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says in the new motto como Mata and wahida wa naraku calm.

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And in Surah Allah subhanaw taala says the same thing where he says what moto moto wahida

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in the first case Allah says that truly this woman

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is one woman

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in the room in the house in New Mexico, this your alma mater, your alma mater is one

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and I am your role, so worship only me.

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And in the other case, Allah says in Morocco, Oman wahida Wanaka which means the same thing that this your own man is one on mine I am Europe therefore have Taqwa of me. Be conscious of me, fear me, glorify Me worship Me fear to displease me and so on all the

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the extensive meaning of the word tougher. Now, if you think about this, what is happening in this ayah what is Allah subhanaw taala doing?

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Allah subhanaw taala

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and by his hokum This is what Ali Salaam did, Allah subhanaw taala

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is rewriting

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reasons for bonds, Allah subhanaw taala is rewriting the reason for people to relate to one another. Allah is changing the the cause of binding between people. Now remember, we are looking at a tribal society.

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We are looking at a tribal society the Arabs were a tribal or a tribal society.

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What is the bond in a tribal society?

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The bond is the type.

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The bond is the price. The bond is the family and the extended family which is the tribe. And this is why we see when we read the Scirocco masala Salah those of you who attended the lectures, I explained this in detail. There were many instances where there were non Muslims were not Muslim, they are not accepted. Or maybe they didn't accept Islam, but they were the they were friends of a philosopher. And they brought him intelligence and they helped him.

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And they actually, they actually

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put themselves in the line of danger.

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All because of tribal relationships. Because Mohamed Salah Salem was from money, Hashem and we have a we have a

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an agreement with very harsh and we have a covenant with money, and therefore, we will not go, we will support every one of our house.

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So we will not go again. So if anyone touches anyone, even if he's from a different religion, as long as that tribal relationship is there, he is my brother. So here's my brother. Why, because he is from my tribe.

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It's a religion, it's a relationship that is racist. It's a relationship that is tribalist. It is a relationship that is communal,

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in all the negative sense of sense of the word

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terms which are familiar to us today. But basically what is a tribal relationship, it's relationship based on race, you cannot be from my tribe, unless you are born into my tribe, there is only one way of being from what is is to be born. And for us.

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There is only one way from being in alcohol by being bought by beer one day one way of being from Turkey by being born in Turkey, and so on and so on. So there's no other way of being from the horizon. So all right, there's only one way that one way that way is to be born in that. That's right.

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Now when I say this, I wanted to also think of the tribes that we live by in this country in our society.

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What is the way of becoming a pothead? What is the bane of becoming a model? What is the way of becoming?

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What is the way of becoming from the ashram for the Agila for the article nobody wants to become from the Dharma to become

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so what are we propagating here are propagating something that was propagated or propagating something that

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strongly broke and destroyed. And he said that I crushed between these under these feet of mine, everything from

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now what was being rewritten in this tribal society where the tribe was everything. And there was a very good reasons for that, in that kind of a society which was primitive, which was very harsh. It was

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quite dangerous if you look at it, because if you did not have any affiliation, then you were open, it was open seas around you went out of the air. I mean, you know, anyone could do anything to you, and there's no one to support you, because you didn't belong very tight.

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So it was very important to belong to a tribe, because it was an issue or your own safety to the issue of your own, literally your life because otherwise it was quite possible that you might be killed or you might be enslaved, if you didn't belong to a particular time. And similarly to belong to a powerful tribe was much better than belonging to a weaker tribe. Because obviously, you have the whole power and have your tribe behind you. Now in that society,

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to wipe out these differences, which have been handed down generation after generation for centuries,

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differences based on which people held their own identity, differences based on which people were very proud

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to wipe them out at one stroke and create a new relationship

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which is based on on faith

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where somebody like Bill

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viola, who was an Abyssinian slave,

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became equal to Abu sufian, who was the head of fresh, not only did Villanova become equal, he became better than I was at the time of.

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So hello, Sophia, two heads of

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superheroes. They were waiting to meet a woman in Santa Monica Padilla

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when Villa de la who and so I've been

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a roommate, who were both former slaves, they came to meet Simon Amaro Delano and

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called them in first and kept Abu sufian. And both of us are all Ferrara. He kept them outside. He called Bilal and

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earlier, so Dan said to me, he said, what kind of administration and hueco math is this?

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Well, kept waiting. And Bill is called before soybean hour turned on and said it is your and

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he said, Don't complain. He said, it is your own fault. He said, When mama sallallahu wasallam brought Islam they accepted and you did not.

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He said

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it's not anybody else's fault. When

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they accepted, and you held back a new for you, you oppose it, and you did all sorts of things. And so now obviously, that status is more than

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a brotherhood of faith, which is based on faith, which wipes out all previous bonds, all previous relationships, no more relationship or tribe. No more relationship of status, no more relationship of caste, no more relationship of creed, no more relationship of name and surname.

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No more relationship of who's my father, my grandfather,

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religion relationship, only one which is, do I worship Allah or not? And when I worship Allah, what is the level of my closeness to Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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And that is why Allah subhanaw taala mentioned desire the two places fabuleux affect the whole vibe is the entry into Islam. First of all, is the project in Islam. In the art kurama komenda, la he.

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Allah set the highest in the region, before Allah is the one who has the highest taqwa

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followed his entry for the conus

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rising of ranks with Allah subhanaw taala.

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And that is the Brotherhood that also last Allah Salam

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created among the Muslims, where he said there is only one reason for the Brotherhood of Muslims. And that reason is Islam.

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There is no other reason.

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A Muslim is the brother of another Muslim, irrespective of his birth in perspective, or where he comes from irrespective of who he is what he is, whether he is wealthy or poor, or, or fair or dark or whatever.

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None of that makes any difference. What makes the difference is, is the Brotherhood of the faith.

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And as I explained to you, two parts of the Brotherhood of the faith, one is the entry into the faith. And the other one is the rising of rights in the faith, and May Allah, Allah give us the opportunity to take our ranks to the highest before him before

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We die

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and that is the reason why

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Allah subhanaw taala mentioned this brand is a beautiful that very clearly the issues are mentioned without any complication and without any fogginess very clearly Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions the final analysis based on which a person will enter the Hellfire or a person will enter Jannah May Allah make us among those who will enter Jannah without his avintia

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and what does Allah does it? What does Allah say? Allah, Allah is

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one two Hey guys in tonzura Allah says when the breath is caught in the throat,

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the last moment they finish that this is the end. This person is now losing consciousness. He is not aware anymore of whoever is standing around him analyzing very clearly panco Hina is in Tanzania while you're standing there looking on.

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At this point, when the breath is caught in the throat, when the light is leaving, when the person is no longer aware of whoever's around them, and when the people around them cannot do anything to help them. What are the what is the thing which will matter? Allah says in the same surah fine.

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Mineral mocha Robbie.

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min as high Believe me. Why in Ghana, Mina, Luca de vino

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three situations

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for in Ghana

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and for those who are among them, are among the people who are the closest to Allah subhana wa farahani. agenda tonight.

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Allah said for them is the gentleman's paradise.

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Why in Ghana I mean as I believe me

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and for those who are the people of the right hand

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for Salama communists, I believe me, for them there is peace

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which is also

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a different grid agenda.

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And then Allah says, When can I mean

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the people who denied Allah the people who are the liars, the people who

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were misguided and who misguided others

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for them,

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one of the

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descriptions of how they will be welcomed into Germany into Ghana. With what nuzzle is the first welcome drink. Quite literally This is the Arabic meaning or translation of the word welcome drink that you get when you go to a hotel we give you something that welcome drink is Mussolini in Arabic somebody who's come from a journey is given something as a refreshment

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and what is that? What is that refreshment and honey

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boiling water.

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May Allah protect us from this

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and that is the Brotherhood of faith that Rasul Allah is Allah is Allah his talk is talking about and what is what is the private the private are two things number one your private

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key private at fighting so Allah we are in oma today which is distinguished by by

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the district and not only are we distinguished by a therapy are distinguished by doing a stand up in the worst possible manner

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one can have a difference of opinion there is absolutely no problem one should have a difference of opinion you got a brain obviously you should be thinking differently when somebody else

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somebody thinks differently from you no problem if someone says I don't agree with you so what that's what

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but we do is in the worst possible manner we break hearts and we we we we assassinate the honor of each other and we do all sorts of the only reason we actually don't physically kill each other at least in this country is because we don't have the capability to do that. The other countries where we do that as well quite happy.

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to curse a Muslim

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is Fisk is a major sin and to murder him to kill him.

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So if you if you if a Muslim

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is accepted Islam

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and for that kind of

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we have to understand this the issue of brotherhood of faith and what did Roswell show as the criterion of brotherhood? What did he show as the symbol of the oma?

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rasulillah salam said Zuma is like one body.

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If the head aches, the whole body feels

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a sign of brotherhood, a sign of closeness is not loving together, it's not sitting together, it is to feel the pain of the other person.

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The sign of closeness is to feel the pain of the other person.

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And that's why this is the the analogy that is where

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the head pain and the headaches the whole body knows.

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The whole body knows

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what does it mean? It means that the body is alive and the sign of life is the ability to feel pain.

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The whole body is connected.

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The body's not disconnected the head

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the body hold what is connected.

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Now take the same analogy to this analogy is made about Yuma, Arizona wasn't talking about individual bodies is talking about to myself this is like a body. So take this analogy of for the oma and ask yourself and let me ask myself how much of pain we feel for somebody else.

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To some extent, we feel the pain or at least we talk about when they feel the pain or what is happening in Iraq and so on and so on. So, we have some political reasons for feeling the pain and if you live in under nothing wrong with that.

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But how about feeling the pain for somebody who does not create

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a Muslim who doesn't worship who does not pray, refuses to pray about feeling the pain of a Muslim who denies Rasul Allah Azza wa sallam by reducing

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How about feeling the pain of a Muslim who is engaged in doing what Allah has made?

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Because that all of this is punishable to various degrees some will land you in the Hellfire forever some other things will land you then for some time

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are so many very very event is

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that is it is it is a this pain refers only to political situation.

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This is the pain based on which and it is not as pain volume has been for everyone.

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The whole issue of hammer will Morrow Mancha the whole issue of Dr. Islam the whole issue and importance of presenting Islam to other people is why

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so that they will be saved from the Hellfire forever.

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Today, we feed a person for one meal and we think is the good deed and of course it is a good deed we won't do that.

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But how about a good deed with last that person forever and ever?

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So we need to focus on that.

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And the purpose of the Brotherhood affair is to build this brotherhood. How do you do that? By having a big heart

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by forgiving each other

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by not bearing grudges? By not remembering somebody says something to us once and we now live with that for the rest of our lives.

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don't collect garbage forget it leave it

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You made this possible second time greeted nicely Why Why must you carry that? Garbage with you? It is garbage. You don't like it? It is garbage. Why do you want to get it?

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You have to learn to forgive. We have to learn to have big hearts.

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Think about the Think about the action also lasala if he had gone into my car,

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he went into my castle Victoria Victoria is generally at the at the head of a commanding army.

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And if he had taken women which was his right.

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It was his right. If he had taken revenge, what would have happened to the Muslim Ummah from that minute onwards.

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Instead, what did he do? He forgave.

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He forgive He not only forgive his own, he also forgive everyone else's on that.

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Chorus came to him and they said

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what, when they came to him is that he asked What do you want me to do with?

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This is you are Kareem and your father was Kareem and his father was three

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where the brothers are loose over a salon came to him and when everything was known, and now they were is by literally his prisoners he had wished because he was the ruler and they

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Were there

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as refugees.

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And he could have had them all executed, he could have admin thrown into prison, he could have done whatever he wanted. He had the power and authority to do that. And he said, instead of that, what did he say? He said,

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he said, there is no blame.

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And that is what

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separates people who tortured and murdered and took away their rights and took away their wealth and made people from their tribe, they went against their own tribal rules, and we would never do that to your own people, but they did it to their own people. And they made them refugees in their own land, and they throw them out of their homes, in spite of all that.

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There is no blame on

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that one action, that one action

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and enabled

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Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam to see the day when in the hands of the weather, which is what we are, we have been analyzing over the last couple of months. It enabled him to see the day where he was addressing a gathering of 150 125,000.

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People who from every tribe, people were from every in those days, tribal nations or nationality, one could say that people who it was a multi racial, multi tribal gathering, how did that happen?

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By that one action

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of forgiveness

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on that day,

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and instead of forgiving if we carry those grudges in our hearts, and we go on reminding ourselves again and again and again. This is what was done. This is what was done this what was done.

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Of course it was done it was wrong. It should never have been done. But what is the goal of remembering it and reminding each other about it over and over and over? How does it help

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except to cement the bar the boundaries except to make the walls between people more permanent.

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And this is not from this one.

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This is not from the outcome of Allah subhanho wa Taala May Allah give us the copier to

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accept his orders and to accept this.

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And to follow this Dean as this Dean has been revealed, without altering his Deen by introducing our own whims and fancies into it. May Allah accept being in Islam and accept our Islam and be pleased with us. So Monica Lama BMD Casa de la la la, la la la la la, la Suma. And then we'll

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